Boise State vs Hawaii Live Stream The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors and the Boise State Broncos both head into this weekend’s matchup sitting atop their respective divisions in the Mountain West Conference. High-powered offenses fueled by solid quarterback play have gotten these teams to where they are.On Saturday night, they’ll meet on the blue turf in Boise.
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Hawaii vs Boise State Broadcast
Date: Saturday, October 12
Game Time: 10:15 ET
Venue: Albertsons Stadium, Boise, ID
Hawaii head coach Nick Rolovich has his club winning the games they’re supposed to win this season, tripping up only against the Washington Huskies. When your team scores 37 points per game, you’re going to have a chance to win every week — regardless of what your defense does. That’s been the case with the Rainbow Warriors this season.Boise State has ridden freshman quarterback Hank Bachmeier’s efficiency and an underrated rushing attack to a 5-0 record to start the year. Defensively, the Broncos have been solid. That said, they have yet to face an offense like Hawaii’s.
Hawaii has put itself in a position to not just be in the hunt for a bowl game, but be in the mix for the Mountain West title. Nevada might not be all that great, but winning on the road 54-3 two weeks ago showed just how real the team is.
It was able to get it done away from Hawaii.
Boise State continues to be in the hunt for the Mountain West title and a New Year’s Six game, but it’s been a bit of a fight at times. The offense is fine, but it’s not running the ball well enough, the offensive line is just okay, and the scoring isn’t coming as easy as it should be.
But the defense is getting the job done with great plays in the backfield, timely stops, and with the Mountain West’s best pass defense.
Cole McDonald and the Rainbow Warrior offense keep on rolling – he’s hit the 300-yard mark in all four wins – but he’s going have a problem with consistency against the Bronco secondary.
Boise State will come up with third down stop after third down stop, and offensively, QB Hank Bachmeier will control the clock and the game with just enough good drives to get out alive.